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Poetic Definitions: ulcerate
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Festively fiery, ablaze or flaming.
decadent
purulent
sensitive
ulcerative
Certainly not sagging or drooping.
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— Shannon Howard
Yoda
Ulcerate: Master, do I have a bright future?

A suppuration, without a doubt you were!
An alteration, you have not been!
A decay, you are!
A highway, you will invariably be!

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— Edith Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term ulcerate
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for exasperate

Just wait a bit and you may find,
     better than any an anagram,
when coders have more time,
     a much better fitting epigram.
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— Curtis Foster
Waka
Just like the ulcers,
they're desperately painful.
Neither blithe nor mild!
A young buck in the fourth year.
an open skin infection.

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— Florence Cooper
Verse (modern)
Ulcerate

Poems that try rhyming ulcerate, irritate readers by using incarcerate.
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— Connie Marshal
Unitoum
Ulcerate

Rumble
flogging
poison
breathing

flogging
decadent
breathing
turbulent

decadent
mollify
turbulent
actuate

mollify
poison
actuate
rumble.
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— Diana Ros
Tanaka
Hemorrhagic spots
skin disease or infections
sea anemone
A blister, blain or pustule.
skin disease or infections.

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— Philip Innocent
Rondelet
Ulcerate

Have compassion,
ripen into maturity.
Have compassion,
preliminary conception.
Rotational deformity,
acknowledge viability.
Have compassion.

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— Ruby Leopold
Quinzaine
Ulcerate

Computers can't deal with me.
Do we need festers?
Are they foul?

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— Julia Leith
Pi (π)
Can I make a rhyme, published so beings might see
Fully exalting innuendos, clearly informing, and oh but revealed free?
Rankle or gather feel all too apparent. But is blister?
Festering, decay? - or ulcerate, languish? Damn! I neglected bluster!
I reckon gathering and otherwise decompose, but broadly ought I
- found meanings so - summaries written with equations spry?
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— Phillip Red
Octosyllable
Really painful and gladsome.
But also joyful and winsome.
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— Marilyn Silver
Nonet
A pimple, carbuncle or pustule
to worry for no good reason
become unmanageable
go to the bad or dogs
deteriorate
intensify
putrefy
rankle
gnaw
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— Billy Justice
Mirror Cinquain
ulcerate
sore, cankered
moving, kindling, inciting
to perish, deprave, deteriorate, ruin or spoil
fester
decay
a bosh, piffle, balderdash, tosh or moonshine
squandering, consuming, ravaging
putrid, corrupt
rot
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— Judy Vaughan
Limerick
There was a young girl from Bester,
She wanted a word for fester.
      Could it be pinkle?
      But then thought rankle!
So smart that woman from Bester.
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— Kelleigh Valentine
Kural
Change, fret, gall, squiggle
Discharge's festering pretends

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— Benjamin Harding
Haiku (terse)
Appreciable
valetudinarian
excruciating

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— Arthur Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Exasperating
recapitulatory
consideration

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— Diane Benson
Haiku (modern)
Can you decompose?
Festers and squiggles alike,
Evokes some cankers.

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— Justin Tate
Gnomic
A defilement, pollution or contamination.
An annulment, rescission or abolition.

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— Marie Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
To
burn
inflame
decompose

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— Amanda Harvey
Diamante
Ulcerate
polyatomic, pyrogenic
calculating, looking, hesitating
matter, putrescence ..... easement, succour
promoting, facilitating, contributing
moderate, assistant
relief
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— Carol Grant
Cinquain - Phrasal
ulcerate
discharge pus
play the mischief
to affect or tamper
corrode

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— Kenneth Cole
Cinquain - Expressional
ulcerate
and angry
reproof harsh judgment
comes from bad experience.
painful!

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— Sharon Mason
Butterfly Cinquain
gather
come together
conclude from evidence
decision of the town council
deduce
to deduce the consequences
bring into position
get together
amass
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— Christmas Bennett
Acrostic - Diagonal
Undo
Alloy
Decompose
Move
Injured
Lacerate
Corrupt
Enkindle
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— Brock Christmas

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.